Now What?

There's a lot of work that happens during the 9 days of General Convention, but really, that's just where it all starts. Starting today, you have a chance to join in and shape and refine the work as it moves forward. Applications are being accepted for those interested in diving into the work that General... Continue Reading →

What’s your role at General Convention?

On this, the last of General Convention, ECMN-ers share the role they played in the wider work! The Super Deputy Minnie Steele - General Convention from Episcopal Church in Minnesota on Vimeo. The Chancellor Sally Johnson - General Convention from Episcopal Church in Minnesota on Vimeo. The Secretariat Behind the Scenes with Bishop Prior from... Continue Reading →

Nearing the Finish Line

Let's start with something silly. Did you hear that there's a pigeon making some waves at General Convention this year?  Well, to be more accurate, there seems to be several pigeons.  Several pigeons that now have a twitter handle. They have added some great good humor to the House of Deputies legislative sessions as they... Continue Reading →

FROM ¡CUBA SI! to ¡CUBA AHORA!

Out of Isolation and Back into the Fold By: The Rev. Rena Turnham (Deputy, Minnesota) and Cody Maynus (Episcopal Peace Fellowship) Now the whole group of those who believe were of one heart and soul…With great power the apostles gave their testimony to the resurrection of the Lord Jesus, and great grace was upon them all.... Continue Reading →

#episcofamily

By: Amelia Arthur Director, Circle of the Beloved, Episcopal Service Corps in Minnesota On Friday afternoon, I left my husband and kids at the beach and flew to Austin, Texas to spend the weekend at the 79th General Convention of the Episcopal Church. As I waited in the Atlanta airport, I posted to Facebook, “leaving... Continue Reading →

Get Caught Up – General Convention Day 4

Prayer Book Revisions The House of Deputies passed a resolution to begin the process of revising the Book of Common Prayer, after much thoughtful conversation and several amendments. The resolution has been passed in this form. You can learn more about this by reading this article from the Episcopal News Service. The resolution now moves... Continue Reading →

A Morning at Hutto Detention Center

By Dave Holmberg The headline from the 79th General Convention will likely be the discussion and voting on revisions to the Book of Common Prayer. Our current prayer book dates back to 1979, which replaced a book from 1928. We seem to be operating on a 50 year revision plan. For more on that issue,... Continue Reading →

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